Sunday, September 26, 2010

Separate Rooms.

A temporary measure to facilitate our sleep. A beautiful Indian summer today and here was the view from the patient's balcony now jumped to the post above.

Here is today's view from my balcony.

At this time of year this ginormous ilex cuts out the morning sun and later endlessly sheds leaves which always seem to miss surrounding areas and land neatly on the lawn - and stays there until I drag my sorry a--e to sweep 'em up.
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R. Sherman said...

I wish our hospitals/recovery suites had views like that.


Pat said...

Randall: and you can even see the sea when the leaves thin out.

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

What BEAUTIFUL Views, my dear.....That has to help in the Healing process---for each of you. 'FALL' is upon you there now....!

Nea said...

Would you like me to come and sweep them up for you? Or shall I just send a sharp north easterly to blow them away?

I hope you're getting lots of sleep.

I'm going to get a little myself now.

Pat said...

Nea; fortunately both of us are sleeping well. And I drop off after lunch also. Tonight I joined MTL in a mug of Horlicks. Real old dears we are;)
You take care too.

Pat said...

Naomi; nearly missed you. We are trying to make the most of these last few days of the summer.

Luna said...

Hi Pat. I really like the view from your balcony. Do you write out there?

Pat said...

Luna: no - mostly I write at the computer in my dressing room. If making notes in longhand it's usually in bed.
A nice view when one is writing tends to be distracting I find.